So FXX just uploaded a different teaser with a clear difference. Hmmm…new video below…
He dealt with his Dennis (Glenn Howerton) issues with a sex doll. He helped The Gang escape. He found an interesting new way to “elevate” Dee (Kaitlin Olson). He beat a bunch of kids to near-death with Charlie (Charlie Day). He sparked a gender-based bathroom debate, helped alter reality, and even helped the Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl. All-in-all, Mac’s (Rob McElhenney) had a pretty productive 13th season.
But one thing he hasn’t done? Come out to his dad Luther Mac (Gregory Scott Cummins), a move Frank (Danny DeVito) realizes Mac has to pull off if he’s ever going to feel secure as a gay man. So on the eve of Paddy’s run at Philadelphia’s Gay Pride Parade, The Gang’s going to do what it has to do until ‘Mac Finds His Pride’ in the season finale of FXX‘s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 13, Episode 10 ‘Mac Finds His Pride’: Frank tries to recruit Mac for the gang’s kickass float for the Gay Pride Parade. It dawns on Frank that Mac will never be secure with his sexual identity unless he comes out to his father. Written by Rob McElhenney & Charlie Day; Directed by Todd Biermann.
Here’s a look back at our review of last week’s love letter to Philadelphia Eagles fans, ‘The Gang Wins the Big Game’:
In two key scenes from last week’s ‘The Gang Wins the Big Game,’ one of the worst-best collection of human beings ever has to deal with a self-induced (no surprise) delay in their road trip to “The Game;” and in one of the worst instances of “coincidences” ever, a familar face returns – and still needs to watch out where he’s walking:
Here’s a look back at the season-that-was before this week’s season finale, as well as the official synopsis released to throw Sunny fans off the “Dennis scent” (which sounds disturbing on a ton of levels):
The Gang Returns… mostly…. in the 13th season of the FXX original comedy series It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Mac (Rob McElhenney), Charlie (Charlie Day), Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and Frank (Danny DeVito) return to their duplicitous, scheming ways at Paddy’s Pub, while Dennis (Glenn Howerton) takes on the new role of father in North Dakota.
Even without Dennis Reynolds, the Gang has its hands full as Charlie hopes to have a child with The Waitress, Mac sets out to understand his newfound sexuality, Dee takes feminism to new heights, and Frank goes to great lengths for the Gang to experience the greatest moment in Philadelphia sports history – an Eagles Super Bowl victory.